OPEN DAILY 11am - 5pm
FAQs and House Rules
Is outside food allowed?
Guests are more than welcome to bring their own picnic baskets, however no outside beverages of any kind, please. We also offer a lunch menu, including our signature pizzas and appetizers as well as wine, beer and soda. Please see our Food Menu under the Visit tab.
Do you take reservations?
Reservations are not necessary for groups of 10 or less. We will happily make a reservation for groups of 10 or more to ensure that we are prepared for your visit. Please call us at 636-482-4500 during regular business hours, 11am-5pm or send an email to email@example.com and we will help you plan your visit.
Do you have indoor seating?
We opened an expansion of our indoor Tasting Room in the Fall of 2021 with plenty of seating and a window overlooking our bustling winery. However, in season (mid April - early November), our outdoor tented pavilion has plenty of shaded, well-spaced tables to enjoy a bottle of wine while taking in the view. We also have many outdoor, uncovered tables on our hillside overlooking the vineyards.
Can I bring my pets?
Please leave your canine and feline friends at home, unfortunately, we cannot allow pets.
Can I bring my Kids?
Absolutely!! We are family owned & family grown and love to see families out enjoying their time in Missouri Wine Country. We ask only that you keep an eye on your little ones at all times. All the vineyards you can see are producing grapes for our wines and as fun as they are to explore, we ask that all guests appreciate them from a distance. In addition we are a production facility and are often in full swing on the weekends and want to make sure everyone is safe.
Do you sell your wines outside of the tasting room?
Yes! We distribute our wines to local wine shops and some grocery stores. The list is continually growing and can be given upon request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are guests allowed to walk through the vineyards?
While we are happy to have guests get some fun photos of the vines, we do ask that you do so from a distance. The vineyards are important to our business & winemaking process, so please do not touch the vines or pick the grapes. Thank you!